Radio Project

Early attempt in media audience research involving many European emigres

Updated: October 11, 2011

 The Princeton Radio Project was established in 1937 as a survey research institute engaged in audience research. Headed by Paul Lazarsfeld, it employed a number of European immigrants to the United States. 

Contributors to the project include:

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Selected Bibliography

Fleck, Christian. Transatlantische Bereicherungen: Zur Erfindung der empirischen Sozialforschung. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 2007.

Wheatland, Thomas. The Frankfurt School in Exile. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2009.

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